Manuel Neuer scored the third penalty for Bayern Munich in the shootout against Chelsea in the Champions League final on Saturday night. However, he is not the first keeper to come up with a goal on a big stage.
IBTimes UK presents five other keepers who have made an impact at both ends of the pitch...
Peter Schmeichel (1981-2003)
Schmeichel had already netted a few times for Denmark but his first Manchester United goal was a memorable one. His 89th minute effort to level the scores, in a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford against Russian side Rotor Volgograd in the UEFA Cup in 1995 made sure United's 39-year unbeaten home record in European competitions was safe. Also, during his stint with Aston Villa in 2001-02, he became the first goalkeeper to score in the Premier League when he volleyed in a corner during a 2-3 defeat to Everton.
Jose Luis Chilavert (1982-2003)
Chilavert was a free-kick specialist and penalty-taker who has scored 62 goals in his career, of which eight were for Paraguay. His most well-known goal is a strike from behind the halfway line for Velez Sarsfield against River Plate in 1996. The game had been stopped for a foul in Velez's half and River Plate keeper Burgos had come out of his goal to talk to one of his defenders without looking at what was going on. Chilavert ran in and sent in a powerful strike, which dipped in to the corner of River Plate's goal.
Rogerio Ceni (1992- )
Brazilian shot stopper Rogerio Ceni has scored more than a 100 goals during his career, both from penalties and free-kicks. In fact, he is the first and, so far, only goalkeeper to reach that milestone. Ceni, in 2006, was recognised by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics as the goalkeeper to have scored the most goals in the history of football, surpassing Chilavert. He has represented Brazil at two World Cups. His 100th goal was a neat free-kick from 20 yards out, to give Sao Paulo a 2-1 victory over Corinthians in March last year.
Jens Lehmann (1988-2011)
Lehmann scored a famous last-minute header for Schalke to secure a 2-2 draw against rivals Borussia Dortmund in 1997. He conceded two easy goals earlier in the game and later revealed he felt angrier about the goals he let in during that game than happy about scoring one. He previously scored for Schalke with a penalty in a 6-2 win over 1860 Munich in 1995 but his effort at Dortmund made him the first goalkeeper to score from open play in the Bundesliga.
Ricardo Pereira (1993- )
Portuguese goalkeeper Ricardo was a national hero during the 2004 European Championships, after almost singlehandedly leading his country past England during the quarter-finals. The match was decided on sudden death penalties and, with the score at 5-5, he first saved English striker Darius Vassell's shot and then took his gloves off to score the deciding penalty. Interestingly, Portugal knocked England out two years later in the World Cup, once again on penalties and Ricardo was the hero again - saving from Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher (he did not take a penalty, this time), as the Iberians won 3-1. The feat made him the first keeper to save three penalties in a World Cup shootout.